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I don't like Stephen Hawking either. He's close to the Catholic Church and appologied for exploring the beginning of the universe. The Big Bang was presented by the cleargy and may explain the origin of space and time. Singularity is an interesting subject for theoretal physicists.

I think Hawking is a sell out for appologizing to the pope for studying the Singularity.

I don't think that before the singularity there was no time.

Through history there must have been many singularities.

In time warps perhaps there are many dimentions we don't know about.

Calling Stephen Hawking a charlatan very clever. He admits like most scientists that he doesn't know how life began. But saying god did is a cop out. That doesn't answer anything, that just ends the questioning in its tracks. Chris if he apologised to the pope I'm sure he was being ironic. As for him being close to the catholic church I think you've misunderstood his motives he's already said he's an Atheist. As for you not liking him. I'm sure he's worried sick about that.

I suppose Neil DeGrasse Tyson is a charlatan as well.

Carbon based life is likely on other planets in the multiverse.

Intellegent life most likely exists on other planets in the  X number of  planets in the world.

What is intellegent life?

An ant, or bee colony is intellegent life.

Organisims that produce Bioluminence to communicate is intellegent life.

Trees, grass, and insects communicate.

That's intellegents.

The idea that we are going to meet and comunicate with an advanced civilization similar to humans, or mamals here on earth may happen, but it will take time. I think the standards are set too high.

I think Neil De Grasse Tyson he is a chaliton as well.    He's moving to  put money to habitate Mars.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mars_habitat

Tellestrailing that planet is a waiste of money.  The core won't hold an atmosphere.

He should spend his vast knoledge at ttellestrailing the earth and working on climate change.

OK Stephen,

We can move on from this.

Theoretical physicists are prophests, or suth sayser so to speak.

Smart people who understand the greater world, universe,and math enlgihten us.

Hawkings encounter with the pope was probably a smart move to gain Catholic Support for Science.

I agree that my misconception of Hawking is biased as a result of his visit to the Vadican. I  misunderstood his motives. I'm glad he came out as an 'atheist'. I wasn't clear to me previously. Now I understand more about him.

Any so-called scientist who believes in the absurdity of evolution is a charlatan. This theory is rank specuation, wishful thinking and fantasy at best; at worst, it's deception and mendacious fraud.
In 1872 Charles Darwin attempted to join the Zoological Section of the French Institute. He was rejected on account of the contents of his two books, " On the Origin of Species" and "The Descent of Man", which the Academy described as "not science, but a mass of assertions and absolutely gratuitous hypothesis, and evidently fallacious."
How Darwin's junk-science become "established scientific fact" needs to be explained.

So now we know you think the vast majority of todays scientists are charlatans.

And what about the RCs view on Evolution. "in 1996 Pope John Paul II gave a message to the Pontifical Academy of Sciences in which he said "Today, almost half a century after publication of the encyclical, new knowledge has led to the recognition of the theory of evolution as more than a hypothesis." I don't usually cite religious sources when it comes to science but I think you should know the RC Church has long since accepted evolution. The percentage of scientists who support evolution has been estimated to be about 99.9 percent. So all these Scientists must be charlatans.

Beg your pardon Anthony Blair - It is the Accent of man.

Get out of that French Catholic School and look at the Enlightenment Period.

Do you actually think that Anthony Blair?

If so you havent sailed and been on a island.

There are some misinformed, misguided, gullible dunces the the Catholic Church - Popes, Cardinals abd Bishops included - who believe in evolution, albeit an evolution guided by God (called Theistic Evolution, a belief that's totally irreconcilable with the Bible, by the way). These ignorant fools evidently know very little about the nuts and bolts of Darwinism, otherwise they'd dismiss it for the snake-oil, voodoo-science rubbish that it is.
They have no doubt also swallowed the lie that the fossil record supports evolution - the truth being that the fossil record supports creation. (But why let the facts ruin a good atheist fairy tale?)

Some evolution "scientists", in rare moments of honesty, admit that fossils don't support their precious theory. Richard Dawkins, for example, has become so disillusioned by the fossil record that his "science" has evolved from one absurdity to another - he seriously believes in the possibility that "aliens" seeded the first life on earth (watch this deluded clown on YouTube - hilarious!).

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